British Army recruitment poster, 1917. 'Your Chums are Fighting. Why aren't You?' Silhouette of soldiers, bayonets drawn, advancing into battle. / Universal History Archive/UIG / The Bridgeman Art Library
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A British Army ramrod recruiting Staff Sergeant having a "recruiting" talk with a prospective Tommy at an army depot shortly before the outbreak of WW2. Britain entered the war with a volunteer army that suffered defeat after defeat in the early stages of the conflict. Full conscription was introduced almost immediately after Sept 1939, but the full-strength British Army did not come into play until late 1942.
Read more: https://www.luerzersarchive.com/en/magazine/commercial-detail/british-army-42940.html British Army British Army: "Observation Post" [00:30]# A war incident as seen from a soldier on a lookout post: he sees the opposing army advancing in armored vehicles. He has to decide quickly what needs to be done. The viewer is asked: What would you do? Throw grenades? Retreat? Or attack? Super: “Start thinking soldier.” A British Army recruitment spot. Tags: Publicis, London,Matt…